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Breast Cancer Awareness Month
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Trustco Bank To Donate Money To Susan G Komen Foundation [SPONSORED POST]

The folks at Trustco Bank are in the spirit of breast cancer awareness month. October has been a powerful month for those who have been directly impacted by breast cancer, or have a friend, family member, coworker, or any other person impacted. Lots of companies get involved every year and this year Trustco is no exception. 

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Behind the Scenes At Day One Of St. Jude Radiothon

It was a pretty darn successful morning, if we must say so, and we couldn't do it alone this time. Here is a quick behind the scenes look at some of the folks who gave of their time to join us

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Cancer Surviver in His 70’s Shoots Two Holes In One On Same Day

You read it right.  Not one, but 2 holes in one in the same round of golf.  And he's no youngster. 

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New York Firefighters Will Finally Be Insured for Cancer Contracted At Ground Zero

Firefighters, police and rescue workers who responded to 9/11 and ended up contracting illness from the debris they inhaled, including cancer, are finally being covered for medical expenses...

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March 02, 2007. Madrid, Spain. Dress rehearsal in the Real Theater of 'La pietra del paragone' by Gioachino Rossini, in a production of the Rossini Opera Festival of Pesaro directed by Pier Luigi Pizzi, also responsible of the scenography and of the desig
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Cryin’, Lovin’ Or Leavin’ Tears Of Joy For This Week’s Featured Call [AUDIO] [VIDEO]

This week’s featured call came early in the week. It’s from one of our regular callers on the show.

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Off To St Jude Children’s Research Hospital

I had the unique opportunity to visit this amazing facility almost 20 years ago, so I'm interested to see the changes.  It's still extremely vivid in my memory.  We went room to room and visited patients, the familes of, and committed doctors as well.  It should be amazing!

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American Cancer Society via Getty Images / Spencer Platt, Getty Images
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Lung Cancer Is Officially No Longer Just a ‘Smoker’s Disease’ — Health Check

While most cases of lung cancer occur in smokers, nearly 20 percent of cases strike those who’ve never touched a cigarette. When it comes down to the facts, 32,000 nonsmoking Americans die from lung cancer every year — so many that experts say it’s time to stop calling it “the smoker’s disease.”

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World Health Organization Calls Cell Phone Use "Possibly Carcinogenic"
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Cell Phones Might Cause Cancer

New information put out by the International Agency for Research on Cancer (part of the World Health Organization) says cell phones might be a carcinogen that MIGHT be linked to brain cancer. 

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Courtesy of Spencer Platt, Getty Images.
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Cancer Causing Cola

According to the consumer advocacy group Center for Science in the Public Interest in Washington, the artificial caramel coloring used in many cola drinks may cause cancer.

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Convoy For Kids By Truckers Who Care

  Sometimes we morning guys mumble and grumble about getting up early, coming in tired--you know the drill.  Then I think about the lives of truckers.  They rarely get the "props" they deserve...until now!

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Photo by Justin Sullivan, Getty Images
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Cure For Cancer Stolen

You read that correctly - the cure for cancer was stolen. Problem is the person who has stolen the cure doesn’t even know they have stolen it as it’s on a laptop that has gone missing from a locked vehicle. Wait - a cure for cancer?

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Courtesy of Cate Gillon, Getty Images.
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Water Contaminated with Chromium 6

New recommendations have been issued by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to test and monitor hexavalent chromium, or better known as chromium 6, in public water systems.  If you did not know (which I didn't) a report late last year found the chemical in the tap water of 31 cities here in the United States.  Scary, right?

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